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Poster: Kurt_Canning2004. Date: Jul 26, 2004 5:08am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Question For Grimes: Economy vs. Enviorment

My first question for you is, if elected how would you set the balance for Economical and enviormental standards. And which is a bigger concern to you.

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Poster: jackgrimes2004 Date: Jul 26, 2004 5:39am
Forum: election_2004 Subject: Re: Question For Grimes: Economy vs. Enviorment

The economy and the environment are both vital to our survival, one as a nation and one as a race.

To get the economy up and running we have to smash the Labour Unions, then outlaw the formation of all Unions, for now and in the future. We must then also abolish minimum wage and reestablish it at one dollar, never allowing it to fall below or rise above this established figure. Then we take all these homeless men that are wandering aimlessly all over our country and conscript them for the good of national welfare. They will become our unskilled blue collar workforce. Now, we take whatever America's regional industry used to be, wherever possible, and we revive that. In Pennsylvania, it could be anthracite coal, in Pittsburgh steel, in Baltimore shipping, likewise shipping in Wilmington, Delaware. Coal is especially important in the respect you can do many of the things with it you can do with oil and there are tons of the stuff just laying around N.E. Pennsylvania evolving into diamonds. This means, NOT only won't we need OPEC anymore but, traitors like Jimmy Carter won't be able to sell us out to foreign powers. Nor, will oil-soaked Hitler- clones be able to hold our nation hostage with their wealth ever again. We could also get a thriving timber industry up and running as long as we're careful and do it in conjunction with nature. So we must get the factories and machine shops up and running again, get men off the streets and put them to work. This is what we must do to get America going.

These diesel burning semi-trucks that litter our highways and biways from California to Canada are not only destructive because of their weight but also they're filthy things (which, by the way, were exempted from emission tests by Bush Sr.), so we should establish a "national equal time road and rail policy similar to the one NJ already has. There are chemical solvents the Europeans have used for years now to remove waste from their waters, the only reason we don't is the Federal gov't. was too cheap to invest in this solvent back in the 70's when they had the chance. So, our waterways look like shit and from the nitrate count in our tap water I'd say that's exactly what they are too.

As an occultist I understand the concepts of "place chi" and "universal feng shui", so while I have some major building projects in mind I will, while in office and -I would recommend this become the policy- always build in harmony with the laws of nature and in conjunction with the planetary spirit, remembering the earth too is a living being.